MAH-CET Engineering

MAH-CET Engineering 2019 Syllabus

For scoring good marks, candidates should have an in-depth knowledge of various topics in the syllabus. The questions will be asked from both 11th and 12th std syllabus. Therefore, candidates will be already familiar with many of the concepts mentioned in the syllabus. The broad topics are mentioned in the following tables.

11th Standard Syllabus

Mathematics Physics Chemistry Biology-Botany Biology-Zoology
1.Sets, Relations, and Functions 1.Magnetism 1.Surface chemistry 1. Plant Growth and Development 1.Human Respiration
2. Sequences and series 2.Magnetic effect of electric current, 2. Basic principles and techniques in organic chemistry 2.Diversity in organisms 2. Organization of Cell
3.Trigonometric functions 3.Measurements, 3. Alkanes 3. Plant Water Relations and Mineral Nutrition 3.Human Nutrition,
4.Factorization Formulae 4. Scalars, and Vectors 4.States of matter: Gases and liquids 4.Biochemistry of cell 4.Animal

Tissues

5.Trigonometric functions of Compound 5.Refraction of Light 5.s-Block elements (Alkali and alkaline earth metals)
6.Probability 6.Force 6.Redox reaction,
7.Angles, Straight Line, Circle, and Conics 7.Friction in solids and liquids 7. Nature of chemical bond
8.Ray optics 8.Hydrogen,

12th Standard Syllabus

Physics Chemistry
·         Magnetic effects of electric current ·         Chemical Thermodynamics
·         Magnetism and its related concepts ·         Isolation of Elements- processes and principles
·         Electromagnetic Induction ·         p-Block Elements, d and f Block Elements
·         Circular motion and its associated concepts ·         Solid State
·         Rotational motion and Its related terms ·         Solutions
·         Concepts related to Gravitation ·         Electrochemistry
·         Concepts of Oscillations ·         Chemical Kinetics
·         Elasticity and its related terms ·         Coordination Compounds
·         Surface tension ·         Halogen derivatives of alkanes
·         Wave motion and Stationary waves, ·         Alcohols
·         Theories of Kinetics ·         Phenols
·         Theories of Waves ·         Ethers
·         Interference ·         Aldehydes
·         Diffraction ·         Ketones and Carboxylic Acids,
·         Electrostatics and its concepts ·         Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
·         Current electricity ·         Biomolecules
·         Atoms, Molecules, and Nuclei ·         Polymers
·         Semiconductors and its concepts ·         Chemistry in Everyday life.
·         Electrons and photons
·         Communication systems and its associated terms.

 

Botany Zoology
·         Genetics and Evolution ·         Genetics and Evolution
·         Inheritance- Its genetic base ·         Origin and the Evolution of Life
·         Nature of Gene ·         Inheritance- Chromosomal basis
·         Expression of Gene ·         Genetic Engineering
·         Regulation of Gene ·         Genomics
·         Applications of Biotechnology ·         Role of Biology in Human Welfare
·         Process of Biotechnology ·         Human Health
·         Biology and Human Welfare ·         Human Diseases
·         Food Production ·         Animal Husbandry
·         Beneficial Microbes ·         Human Physiology and its related concepts
·         Plant Physiology ·         Process of Circulation
·         Process of Photosynthesis ·         Process of Excretion and osmoregulation
·         Process involved in Respiration ·         Control and Co-ordination
·         Reproduction in Organisms: Plants ·         Reproduction in Organisms: Human Reproduction
·         Ecology and Environment ·         Organisms and Environment-II

 

Mathematics
  • Mathematical Logic and its associated concepts
  • Matrices- various formula related to it
  • Trigonometric functions
  • Pair of straight lines, Circle, Conics, Vectors
  • Three-dimensional geometry
  • Line and its associated formula
  • Plane and its properties
  • Linear programming problems
  • Continuity
  • Differentiation
  • Derivative and its applications
  • Integration
  • Definite integral and its applications
  • Differential equation
  • Statistics
  • Probability distribution
  • Bernoulli trials
  • Binomial distribution

Books

Since the syllabus is same as the standard syllabus of 11th std and 12th std, candidates can follow the same books. You can see a lot of books available in the market for this exam. It is important to select the best and the most standard books for reference. Some of the standard books recommended for this exam are

  • MHT CET engineering entrance exam published by Editorial Compilation
  • Bapat’s book on MHT CET Physics (Marvel) written for Class XII Science
  • Physics (Volume I and II) written by H.C.Verma
  • MHT CET – Mathematics (Marvel) For XII Science written by Hemant G.Ainapure
  • MHT CET – Chemistry (Marvel) For XII Science written by Mayur Mehta, Chitra Joshi, Rekha Diwekar.

Apart from the above-mentioned books, students can also refer the NCERT books. It is suggested to read a particular topic from a single source rather than a number of books. In addition to reading the book, make sure to take notes so that you can utilize it for revision. These notes should be made with proper clarity. Besides reading the books, try to get some question banks with solved answers. This would make aid in better preparation.

For those topics which need more explanation, you can also refer various sources on the internet. There are a number of videos available which bring more clarity on many difficult concepts. But students should not waste their name in searching for the concepts. Rather, they should use internet sources only for some difficult concepts.